Ways to meet, chat up a prospective partner, without resorting to posting an advert online

davieh3350

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Pitlochry
Ways to meet, chat up and net your wife:love:

I may be pretty poor at netting the wife part... but I've had some interesting times meeting and chatting up women (with various degrees of success:rolleyes:) over the years...

Talk amongst yourselves for a while as I'm off to do some work. I'd like to see some entertaining incidents posted up for when I get back.(y)
 

dstudent

Member
I object at the non inclusevess of the LGBT people in the title!!!

What about gay farmers?


I m going to add a few smiles just so what wrote is not taken too seriously:D:)
 
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Pilgrimmick

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Location
Argyll
Nice boobsis one I get a lot.:mad: it doesn't appear to require a lot of thought and is quite popular amongst men.:banghead:

This is not news to me, I see them and can touch them anytime I want because they are attached to me...morons:cautious:
I think the touching them anytime may be on their minds when commenting! Probably not the best way to go about it though. So do you like a smooth sophisticated approach or a cheeky one?
 

S'oot

Member
I think the touching them anytime may be on their minds when commenting! Probably not the best way to go about it though. So do you like a smooth sophisticated approach or a cheeky one?
I like cheeky...

Although I am never chatted up. I think I give off "don't talk to me" vibes. Either that or I am a minger :wideyed: Yeah, that could be it :ROFLMAO:
 
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